Mool Raj Sagar
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... horizon. Very beautiful but so quick compared to the slow sunsets further from the Equator ( not that we're that close here). Back to the camp area where a chap arrived with a bag of cold beers - most welcome - and Lilu and Samir were cooking dinner. A small selection of curries, rice and chapati. Just enough. Very peaceful sitting round the camp fire. We were joined by an older guy in his turban who sat and smoked beedis. Watched the night darken and stars come out - ...
... but you will notice that the right and left side of the building differs slightly in details. Gharisar had once supplied water to the city; a courtesan has built the temples and archways around it. The Havellis or mansions built by wealthy merchants and nobles are unmatched for the exquisitely carved sandstone facades. At one time, the city of Jaisalmer lay entirely within the Fort but during the 17th Century, Havellis were built below the ...
... we might get alot of hassle but it was really nice, we strolled around and hardly got any bother. We did the obligatory fort palace tour with our headsets on and the soothing sounds of Mr Sonny Singh guided us round for the next hour or so.
Before we got to Jaisalmer we had been told that we had to go on a camel safari and spend the night in the desert, as this had come highly recommended (and our stomachs were feeling a bit better) we decided to book a 1 day 1 night ...
... her album back home ! How weird is that? Takes all sorts.
The plan then was to go straight onto Jaisalmer but somehow we found ourselves in an aladdins cave furniture warehouse Naaim took us to - probably gets a cut of whatever we spend which I suppose is ok - we spent ages wandering around and made the decision to buy some furniture to ship home for the build next year. Couldn’t resist it. Maharani Textiles and Handicrafts. I’m sure these places ...
... 2 men were waiting with six camels.
For most of our group, it was the first time on a camel. But even for Jason and I, who have been on these ungainly, prehistoric-looking creatures before, it was an unforgettable experience.
On our trek, we saw Chinkara (Indian Gazelle), a red fox, goats, sheep, cows, and desert flowers in fuchsia and white. The desert plants and animals were similar to the ones we know from the Sonoran desert, but notably ...